Republican Bill Cassidy Has Dominant Lead Over Sen. Mary Landrieu in Louisiana Poll
Vox Populi, 11/16-11/17
- Cassidy: 53
- Landrieu: 42
Gravis Marketing, 11/12-11/14
- Cassidy: 59
- Landrieu: 38
The tough beats aren’t over just yet for the Democrats as they stand to lose yet another seat to the GOP.
Two new polls have Republican challenger Bill Cassidy leading Democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu by double-digits in Louisiana’s run-off election scheduled for December 6.
A new Vox Populi poll, conducted between November 16 and November 17, sampling 761 likely voters with a margin of error of 3.6 percent, has Cassidy leading Landrieu by 11 points, a 53-42 margin.
Among those, just 33 percent of respondents said they are “definitely” voting for Landrieu while 9 percent say they’re leaning toward Landrieu. On the flip side, 45 percent of respondents said they’re “definitely” voting for Cassidy while another 8 percent said they’re leaning toward the Republican.
An earlier Gravis Marketing poll, conducted between November 12 and November 14, sampling 643 likely voters with a margin of error of 4.0 percent, suggests that it could be even worse than that for Landrieu as it shows Cassidy leading by a whopping 21 percent, a 59-38 margin.
That poll found that 61 percent of likely voters disapprove of President Obama though incredibly their sample size was made up of 44 percent Democrats, 36 percent Republicans, and 20 percent independents.
Looks like another tough loss for the Democrats as they turn the page and look to 2016 when the pendulum could very well swing the other way.